wow, i like this. are the fish crying?
F is also for funny fishy frolicky Fridays! I like it!
This is pretty cool Willie--kind of like Picasso meets Calder. Always something original from you.
Thats what I see down here,but those hooks don't fool me.
I agree with Steve, with a good measure of Paul Klee also tossed into the mix. Nice drawing, I love all your stuff; your bold lines and attention to humourous detail, make me smile. I've enjoyed looking through your blog and look forward to seeing more!
great! another picasso side of you! simple, yet intriguing. and such a cool concept.
ohh fishy fishy don't eat the wormie wormie! its a whoopie trapie!hihi ^_^ huggss
Darling it's better down where it's wetter;Take it from me.
another great one! oh for a peek in that brain of yours :) thanks for the mermaid referral! cheers, stacey
loving this, very abstract, very picasso's weaping woman (which i saw in the flesh...er... canvas, last week) i also like how the worm is trying to imitate the fish by becoming horizontal.... maybe that's just me? ;) ;)
Steve has it right - Picasso and Calder! I like this very much...the different "slices" of the fish when they meet other lines is interesting...some wiht the dark background, some without...
I like dee fishies very much.
I like of the synthetic and symbolic way that you use for show «under the sea». I dive in him easily.(I returned, finished the vacation..)
very baronet/klee, although I would say you have your own style... Fun Fishes, Frolicking in the Foam, Fab!
I really like the patterns. It reminds me very much of Haida art, specifically totem poles.
Hey, it's Tuesday, where's the new art? We want more!: )
Nice... I like your drawings very much...:))
goodness, when i see crying fish i think of toxic waste.
Teary Eye-Fish. (sniff).
Very cool fishies and great composition, fab as usual :-)You have a super cool style.
Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving nice comment :DI like your drawings! Very Picasso'ish and the maze is incredible. Does it actually work?
this is wonderful reminds me of Klee.
I love this fishy abstraction!
Definitely Paul Klee. Nice work!
tears of fish under the sea... are inevitable? pretty
I agree with comment above, very Klee like. Nice one.
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I could *so* go for this as a baby mobile.or, hell, as a framed piece of art on my wall.I'm not picky. :pthanks for stopping by my place, man. come by anytime. 12:00 PM
Thanks for stopping by! :-)Willie